University Of Greenwich Nursing

University Of Greenwich Nursing

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

  • Number one in London for student satisfaction according to the Complete University Guide 2017.
  • We ensure you will spend 50% of your time in clinical placements experiencing a variety of settings and being assessed by qualified practitioners.
  • We prepare you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a registered adult nurse.

Overview

Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) is seen as an inspiration around the world. Now you can play a vital part in the welfare of the country.

Our degree offers pre-registration training in the specialist field of adult nursing.

The courses within our degree offer both theoretical and practice learning in a variety of settings. We have excellent links with the NHS and other care providers and will arrange your placements in both hospitals and community settings.

Work placements

Hospital placements could include women’s health, emergency departments, intensive care and outpatients. It can also include operating theatres, coronary care, care of the elderly and cancer care.

You will have the opportunity to work alongside other professionals such as doctors, physiotherapists, social workers and pharmacists. As a student nurse you will learn to care for patients of all ages with varying conditions, from short term injuries to long term diseases.

University Of Greenwich Nursing

The changing health needs of society and an aging population mean that as an adult nurse you will be working increasingly in community settings supporting people to stay well and prevent admission to hospital. Community roles include district nursing, practice nursing, walk-in centres and nursing homes.

During your placements, you will be assessed by qualified practitioners. You will learn how to observe patients and assess not only their needs, but also their family’s. From this assessment you will be involved in planning and delivering the care and finally evaluating the results.